Finding family obliges us to discover who we are, what we believe about ourselves, and whether our childhood was the way we remember it.
We discover our family not in the way we believe. It’s not through our blood, it’s through the connections we make, the lives we touch and how we understand the things we can’t explain about ourselves.
The things which make us who we are not the things which make our family.
We become who we are though our life because of the people we meet and those which have a positive effect on who we eventually become.
Family are those people who create the will to be who we want to be, not those who want us to fit into a mold.
The discovery of who our family is sets us free because of the reasons of being the ones we are.
We should let no family member define who we are, what we want or whether we love ourselves.
The love we have for ourselves should be more important than the love we have for anyone else.
Finding the right family helps us decide who we are and what we want.
When we get to the end of our lives and see the family we have will we say I wish I’d have done this or that, or should we say, “I’m glad I have this family.”